About Us

About Our Lawyer

Tommy Lee Maddox is a Georgia attorney who is a native of Atlanta. Growing up in a family full of lawyers, Mr. Maddox was raised in a family of lawyers, so from a very young age, he was seen in or near Georgia courtrooms. In 1981, Mr. Maddox graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration from Georgia State University.

Following this, he attended Woodrow Wilson College of Law where he earned his Juris Doctor degree in 1984. In 1985, he attended Atlanta Law School and received his Master of Laws degree. Mr. Maddox was admitted to the State Bar of Georgia and sworn in as an attorney on November 2, 1984. Since then, Mr. Maddox has continued to actively practice law.  Mr. Maddox has also been admitted to the State Bar of the great State of Texas where he continues to practice personal injury and wrongful death claims.

Background and Experience

Mr. Maddox specializes in personal injury claims involving automobile collisions, tractor-truck-caused injuries, car wrecks, workers’ compensation, premises liability, and medical malpractice.  Mr. Maddox also specializes in family law matters such as divorce, child support and child custody modification, and contempt.

With locations in Houston, TX, Canton and Roswell, GA, Mr. Maddox serves clients from all over the two states including:

Since 1984, Mr. Maddox has been admitted to represent clients before all Georgia State, Superior, and Federal District Courts, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Maddox is also a member of the State Bar of Texas where he represents personal injury clients from his office in Houston. Martindale-Hubbell has given him the highest possible rating of AV for both legal ability and ethical standards. As a state-registered mediator, Mr. Maddox can also help you resolve any civil dispute or lawsuit quickly, effectively, and affordably.

Personal Interests

Mr. Maddox enjoys general aviation, shooting sports, model-making, drum and bugle corps competitions, trumpet playing, big band jazz, and raising his four children. Mr. Maddox was admitted into the Spirit of Atlanta Drum and Bugle Corps Hall of Fame in 2021.